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Lenders will be required to tell Irish mortgage holders how they can save money with them.

The Central Bank wants to save Irish homeowners thousands of euro by making banks spell out the savings borrowers could make by switching their mortga(...)

Some 321 homes were taken into possession during the first quarter of the year, according to the Central Bank.

The number of mortgages in arrears bucked broader trends by increasing in the first quarter of the year, as Storm Emma prevented homeowners from getti(...)

US president Donald Trump threatened to impose a 10 percent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese goods, following Beijing’s decision to raise tariffs on $50 billion in US goods. Photograph: Damir Sagolj/reuters

Irish, UK, US and wider European shares fell sharply on Tuesday on a global sell-off which started in Asia prompted by fears of a full blown trade war(...)

Ulster Bank’s chief financial officer said €295 million of provisions set aside by the bank to deal with the tracker-mortgage scandal included money to cover an expected fine from the Central Bank.

Ulster Bank, which is currently selling €1.6 billion of distressed mortgages, may seek to dispose of more non-performing loans (NPLs) to reduce its ba(...)

The Central Bank is dealing with more than 180 active Brexit-related applications from firms looking to move operations to Dublin, Pinsent Masons estimated. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank, chastened by Ireland’s banking crisis, has been the subject of some criticism by financial and political types in the past year for (...)

The ESRI says house price increases are more significant at the lower end of the market. Having fallen by most in the bust, “cheaper” houses have now rebounded much more rapidly. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The Economic and Social Research Institute has played down fears of a bubble in housing prices by arguing that the strong growth in prices was support(...)

EBS’s concession that a further 500 customers were caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal brings the number of its customers affected to 2,400.

EBS has conceded that a further 500 of its customers were caught up in the tracker mortgage scandal, just days before executives from its parent AIB a(...)

At least 70 per cent of Irish people are living in homes that are ‘too large for their needs’, according to Eurostat findings reported in the ‘Sunday Times’

Homes too big for needs At least 70 per cent of Irish people are living in homes that are “too large for their needs”, according to findings of Euro(...)

Alexis Tsipras during a parliamentary session in Athens on Thursday. The Greek prime minister blinked first after he brought his country to the brink of crashing out of the euro in 2015.  Photograph: Angelos Tzortzinis/AFP/Getty Images

On Thursday, Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras, the once-Marxist firebrand-turned faithful-implementer of austerity, declared that a parliamentary v(...)

Appian Asset Management has apologised to the Central Bank and accepts the sanction imposed in respect of this matter. Photograph: iStock

The Central Bank has fined Appian Asset Management €443,000 after the company left a client open to a cyberfraud by a third party resulting in the los(...)

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